Henri Moisan, French chemist, working in his laboratory, c 1900s.

Henri Moisan, French chemist, working in his laboratory, c 1900s.
3 2 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 24cm

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Henri Moisan (1852-1907) was awarded the Nobel prize for Chemistry in 1906. He is known for his work on flourine and the electric furnace, which he developed to further his researches into the carbides, silicides and borides. He discovered carborundum and was able to produce tiny artifical diamonds in his laboratory.

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